|Birth date||30 Dec 1971 (43 years)|
|Osasuna||2005 - 2012|
|Manchester United||2002 - 2005|
|Racing de Santander||2003 - 2004 (loan)|
|Real Valladolid||1998 - 2002|
|Atletico Madrid||1991 - 1998|
|Atletico Madrid||1994 - 1997|
|Real Ávila CF||1991 - 1992 (loan)|
Ricardo Lopez Felipe is a Spanish footballer who currently features for the Spanish club Osasuna. He plays as a goalkeeper and is first choice for the Pamplona side.
Ricardo Lopez graduated from the youth academy at Atletico Madrid and rose through the ranks to make his debut in 1995. But he didn’t last long at the Vicente Calderon and in 1998 was transferred to Real Valladolid. He played for Valladolid under the summer of 2002 and was taken aboard by Manchester United.
Ricardo signed for Man United in the summer of 2002 for 1.5 million pounds on a three-year contract but the Spaniard failed to thread into the first team on a regular basis. Indeed he could make only 1 league appearances for Man United until 2005 when he was shipped back to Spain and to Osasuna on a free transfer.
Ricardo is now the regular first choice custodian for Osasuna. He was in the squad of the Spanish national team for the 2002 World Cup.